Why Mobile Is Not Enough: The comprehensive Discovery Learning white paper shows what tomorrow’s lessons will need
- Expert Talk: Insights into the school practice of learning through discovery
- Integration: what does tomorrow’s ideal lesson look like and what does it require?
- Win-win situation: how teachers and students benefit
Hirschau, February 2022. The DigitalPakt School and the Corona pandemic have accelerated the digitization of German educational institutions. Many classrooms are now equipped with digital devices. But this alone is not enough: in the future, the topic of digitization in the educational environment will mainly concern the development of practical and holistic solutions and the creation of a modern digital and spatial infrastructure that supports teachers and students alike.
Learning through discovery: a central component of modern educational concepts
Gaining new knowledge through one’s own actions and learning motivated by one’s own experiences – children and young people can hardly experience their self-efficacy better. Frontal teaching offers little room for students to participate in learning success through independent research. What is needed is the integration of innovative learning elements into a digital infrastructure and a modern room concept.
White paper for teachers and decision makers
As a technology expert and solutions provider in the education industry, Conrad Electronic has had this topic in mind for a long time, especially in the interdisciplinary MINT environment. The technology specialist’s training team, together with experts from a wide range of areas of the educational environment, has now examined in more detail the most important issues related to ‘learning by discovery’. The result is a comprehensive white paper in which they share their knowledge and pass on their practical experience.
Expert knowledge – in and out of daily school life
Jarl Schultz, principal of the German Scandinavian Community School (DSG), shares his experiences from school practice. The facility is a pioneer in implementing modern digital education concepts with a holistic and creative learning approach. FreiDenker Campus founder Nicole M. Pfeffer provides momentum for integrating extracurricular learning spaces for creative discovery. Dr Dierk Suhr from the classroom specialist Hohenloher passes on his knowledge about optimal room planning from a pedagogical and didactic point of view. And Michael Motzek, branch manager of the Conrad B2B branch in Hürth, describes possible approaches to the flexible design of learning spaces for discovery for different needs and age groups.
Teachers and decision makers in education can find further information on the core aspects of discovery learning, the added value for teachers and the challenges and solution approaches in school practice in the free “Discovery learning” white paper – downloadable from this link: kurse .conrad.de / discovery_learning
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Conrad Electronic has been synonymous with technology and electronics since 1923 and today, as a procurement platform, offers products and services for corporate and private sector customers both online and in stationary commerce. Companies use the Conrad Sourcing platform to cover all their technical operational needs from a single source. Over 7 million product offerings from over 6,000 brands and tailored services are available for simple, fast and complete procurement. B2B clients also benefit from direct support in the management of key accounts and internal sales, as well as from personal business consultancy in Conrad branches. With bespoke e-procurement solutions, the Conrad Sourcing Platform also relies on omnichannel access to provide enterprise customers with the right electronic shopping connection for them. Represented on the market in 17 European countries, the family-owned company based in Hirschau in the Upper Palatinate (Eastern Bavaria) is one of the leading omnichannel suppliers for convenient shopping.
This is a press release from Conrad Electronic.